Billy Jeeves, sought by cops over a burglary in which an OAP fatally stabbed an intruder, was found in north Kent.
The 28-year-old was arrested on suspicion of two counts of burglary, theft and possession of a controlled substance.
He has been taken into custody at a Kent police station.
A Metropolitan Police statement said: "No other persons are being sought in connection with this investigation. Enquiries continue."
During a burglary on April 4, Vincent, 37, was stabbed to death by Richard Osborn-Brooks, 78.
Mr Osborn-Brooks was arrested on suspicion of murder but later told by police he would face no further action.
He has had a 24-hour police guard with wife Maureen, 76, since the stabbing.
Neighbours of the ex-RAC boss, who was threatened with a screwdriver after the break-in, said: "Richard is the real victim here."
Tributes to the killed burglar were set up outside the OAP's house, before being torn down overnight and lay in tatters on Tuesday, April 10.
They were later placed back on the fence only to be torn down again.
Once they were ripped down for a third time cops on horseback rode in to stop clashes between rival groups.
Vincent’s funeral is set to take place on May 3, following a two-day vigil in his Kent hometown.
The traveller community is allegedly planning a £100,000 ‘send-off’.
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